Wednesday, January 11, 2017
At least I'll have warm feet
First and foremost, Mike Doughty will be at the Southern, tomorrow, Jan 12th.
With him this time through town, Wheatus, of "teenage dirtbag" fame.
I don't get too hyped up for concerts in this day and age, but given our current political conundrum and the very fragile state of the world, this one would hit the spot, whatever that spot is.
Also, it's a full moon.
Also, also, it'll be 66 degrees tomorrow.
And with King Trump on the doorstep of the White House, along with his legion of goons, and presumably half the Kremlin, I say tomorrow night is a good night to do something awesome, whatever that may be, wherever you can find it, while you still can. I'll be night riding for 3+ hours in an attempt to quell the inner demons and so forth, but you do you.
But really, REALLY do you. It's important right now. There's a moderately good chance we'll be at war with Russia, China, North Korea, Ourselves, ISIS, Iran, Mexico, or perhaps even all of those at the same time within the next year or so, so you might as well fit in the good stuff that you really want to do now, while you still can.
Nuclear Winter, right around the corner? No one knows. (Except the Russians. They know.) But I picked up some of those $300 Bontrager winter boots, because at this point, why the hell not? If it all goes black, at least my feet will be warm.
Supplement those boots with my new, legit hot fudge sundae pop tart branded socks, and 8+ hours at 800 lumens or greater, and I feel better about things already.
Into the darkness, good friends and otherwise.
As a fallback, there's always one way to get warm, and it's up, up, up.